A List of Assassinated Leaders Who Had Opposed the Creation of Money “Ex Nihilo”

Mayer Amschal Rothschild (1744 – 1812), The Federal Reserve, and John F Kennedy

by Dee McLachlan

(Michael Rivero, who lives in Hawaii, created a video that would put a stop to war right now if people would watch it. It is called “All wars are bankers wars“. It is time now for everyone to give up their innocence and see what has been going on — namely, any leader who stood in the way of private central bankers, landed up being killed. Much of this article is a condensed adaptation.)

I had dinner with a banker last week. I tried to get him to explain how money was created — but he insisted that money was not printed out of thin air.

Then what about the Fed’s Quantitative Easing? I asked. But he had an answer for everything. I felt bamboozled.

Consider another banker, Sir Joseph Stamp. He was the President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, and the second richest man in Britain. He said:

The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented.

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The Land of Future Renters Down Under

One of South Africa’s 80 squatter townships for ‘whites’ 

By Dee McLachlan

Is it just me — or is there something amiss about the booming property market in Australia?

I was originally inspired to write this article when Nemisis made a comment on Gumshoe, on April 25, 2017. On the European arrival to Australia, he wrote in part:

“The original inhabitants of this land prior to white settlement, considered themselves as custodians only of the land that they dwelt on. There was no concept of ownership…

I replied (a brief extract):

“The “concept of ownership” allowed the present inhabitants of Australia to take over the land… but that very concept will be the demise for our great grandchildren.” [Read more…]

Part 4: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars — Kennedy, Gaddafi and Beyond

President John F. Kennedy

By Michael Rivero

President, John F. Kennedy understood the predatory nature of private central banking. He understood why Andrew Jackson fought so hard to end the Second Bank of the United States. So Kennedy wrote and signed Executive Order 11110 which ordered the US Treasury to issue a new public currency, the United States Note. [Read more…]

Part 3: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars — The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve — It is neither “Federal” nor does it have any actual “Reserves”

By Michael Rivero

Following the defeat of the Aldrich Plan, in 1913, the Private Central Bankers of Europe, in particular the Rothschilds of Great Britain and the Warburgs of Germany, met with their American financial collaborators once again on Jekyll Island, Georgia to form a new banking cartel with the express purpose of forcing the United States to accept a private central bank, with the aim of placing complete control of the United States money supply once again under the control of private bankers. [Read more…]

Part 2: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars — “A Den of Vipers and Thieves” and Assassinations

Andrew Jackson, the 7th US President

By Michael Rivero

Once again the nation [United States] was plunged into debt, unemployment, and poverty by the predations of the private central bank, and in 1832 Andrew Jackson successfully campaigned for his second term as President under the slogan, “Jackson And No Bank!”

Andrew Jackson and the Second Bank of the United States

True to his word, Jackson succeeded in blocking the renewal of the charter for the Second Bank of the United States. [Read more…]

Humanity In Crisis, Part 2: What The Money Printers Are Really Planning


by Dee McLachlan

I was born and brought up in South Africa — in the Apartheid era — and so have a very clear understanding of social, financial, and racial discrimination. I sense we are moving into a new era of global Apartheid, by stealth. This system is not based on race or culture, but is simply the divide between the Haves and the Have Nots. [Read more…]

The Vote Against Wall Street Kronies Was a “F-you”

By Mary W Maxwell

Greg Buck has done many videos for Gumshoe (remember the one on the Greek “bailout”?). He has remarkable insight into the meaning of money — there isn’t any. I always get the point of his talks, but as soon as I go out into the real world (i.e., the unreal world), I get foggy on it.

Dee McLachlan interviewed Mr Buck about the US election and how it relates to the financial and monetary status quo. He says that the bankers, by setting the cost of money low — via interest rates under 1% — make it “better” to be a speculator or a gambler than a good old talented worker. Here, Greg refers to the government making financial promises that it wouldn’t have a clue about fulfilling. Don’t miss this piece:


Bankers Creating a “Free Market” by Abolishing Cash

abolish cash

Abolishing money will create a freer market and allow 3% negative interest rates. What!

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Ron Paul Warns of Financial Martial Law in the US

“…United States is not immune to the basic laws of economics and finance. No country in the history of mankind has ever managed to avoid the laws of economics.” Dr Ron Paul.

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“Bought and Sold” – Politicians Should Wear Sponsor Badges

POLITICIAN SPONSORSAustralian Formula 1 driver, Daniel Ricciardo (L), and Malcolm Turnbull wearing a sample sponsor jacket (R). Note: Most of these are not Malcolm’s real sponsors

By Dee McLachlan

Last night Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten faced off in a debate. It seems appropriate to put up Greg Buck’s second interview — about “Investment”, the printing of free money, and his idea of forcing the politicians to wear “Badge Sponsor jackets.” [Read more…]

Savings, Bonds, Negative Interest Rates and “Investments”

negative interest rates2

By Dee McLachlan

On Saturday I spoke to Greg Buck about negative interest rates (see video below). He always has a twist for the future — and said one day, when interest rates are so negative, “you’ll be penalized for paying your bills on time.” [Read more…]

The Panama Papers:  More Smoke and Mirrors


By James O’Neill*

The western mainstream media, including in Australia, have devoted pages of coverage to the so-called ‘Panama Papers’, a cache of some 11 million documents from the files of a Panama based law firm Mossack Fonesca.

We are told that the documents were leaked to the German newspaper Sudddeutsche Zeitung by an anonymous “no meeting ever” leaker.   The documents were then analyzed by the hitherto unknown but grandly named ‘International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ (ICIJ).

Such was the fevered excitement with which the release of a tiny fraction of the 11 million documents were greeted, those much vaunted ‘investigative journalists promptly forgot some of the most basic journalist questions. [Read more…]

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